Do you worry about your carbon footprint? Have you been putting off getting in touch with that organic farm? Are you looking for eco-friendly products? Well, look no further. This month’s issue of beijingkids explains just how easy it is to go green, or greener, in Beijing.
Read our top 20 ways you can help save the planet; find out how to cut back on chemicals in the home; get to know your local organic farmer and use our guide to locate organic and eco-friendly produce and products.
Elsewhere in the magazine, Kara Chin ventures into the deep blue with SinoScuba, and takes a trip to Tianjin. We explore Ditan Park and find out what’s beyond the Lama Temple. Our new Notice Board section lets you know what going on in your community. Jennifer McClelland introduces kid-friendly raw food cuisine, serving-up bite sized mushroom sushi rolls and a choc shake so delicious you’d swear it was bad for you.
See what our regular columnists are writing about this month. Dr. Richard explains why eating organic is the way to go. Olivia Lee gives you some sustainable eating tips. Xiyun Yang takes us into the kitchen to whip up an autumnal mushroom soup. Beijing Baba Christopher Lay attempts another US holiday sans Mom and Sonia Cahill battles with baked goods.
September 13th is Roald Dahl Day and to celebrate beijingkids has three Roald Dahl Scrumdidlyumptious Story Collection Box Sets to give away. Each set contains six Roald Dahl favorites: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator, Danny the Champion of the World, George’s Marvellous Medicine, The BFG and The Witches. Simply pick up a copy of the magazine to find out how you can go in the draw to win this great prize.
As always, find kid-friendly events, get dining recommendations, search our Directories for anything and everything you’ll need in Beijing, and read about other families’ travel destinations.
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